Adjunct Professor Jeremy Kagan of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center advises new market entrants to “test out new channels.”
Street Smarts VR is leveraging virtual reality to improve officer judgment and reduce avoidable police-citizen violence.
The Lab welcomes the fifth cohort of recent alumni dedicated to growing their ventures after graduation.
Eight students were awarded Lang Center Summer Fellowships this year.
Now in its 22nd year of supporting student ventures, the Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurial Initiative Fund announced seed capital investments totaling $150,000 in three student ventures.
What these alumni learned from their mothers about launching a business.
Entrepreneurship and innovation are only growing in importance to companies large and small—and so we’ll keep innovating as well.
“It is really, really hard to start a company. You will hear no over and over. You need to persevere and push through in spite of the world almost seeming to work against you.”
David Olk ’11 launched Voray to give entrepreneurs and professionals a platform to build authentic relationships that translate to business opportunities. Here’s his best advice for making these valuable connections.
Why human skills are at the center of our technology world.